"Together with Proceedings of a Banquet on the Occasion of the Presentation of the North Caroliniana Society Award for 1993." Topics: Kuralt, Charles, 1934-1997, Kuralt, Wallace H., 1939-, Television journalists
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Host Al Page interviews Jean Enersen, television journalist (KING 5 News) and member of the Visiting Committee in the School of Communications at the University of Washington. Ms. Enersen explains the purpose of news broadcasting, information/entertainment, committee decision-making, physical appearance, women in broadcasting, image, credibility, community, media consultants, journalism, visual imagery, documentaries and some of the qualities of a good television reporter. Originally... Topics: Enersen, Jean, Television journalists, Television broadcasting of news, Journalism
Reeling from a public humiliation by her former lover, Alex St. James returns home to find that her elderly neighbor who'd earlier that evening asked Alex for her help with a sticky financial situation has been murdered. Alex discovers that the spunky old lady had been secretly looking into her bank's lending practices. Drawn into the investigation, Alex uses her connections at Midwest Focus News Magazine to help the police find the killer but before long, finds herself being stalked by a... Topics: Older women, Mystery & Detective - General, Fiction, Fiction - Mystery/ Detective,...
Legendary newsman Dan Rather and Austin-based environmental activist Robin Rather join Thorne Dreyer for their first-ever father-daughter interview. The lively, far-ranging -- and often funny -- session includes anecdotes about Dan’s early career in Houston, his dramatic and innovative coverage of Hurricane Carla in Galveston in 1961 that led to his hiring by CBS News, his recent blogging about Aaron Sorkin's HBO series, The Newsroom, and larger issues like the corporatization of today's news... Topics: Rag Radio, Dan Rather, Robin Rather, Thorne Dreyer, Dan Rather Reports, News Anchors,...